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Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1991
20.0 x 7.3cm, 8pp (single accordion folded sheet). A scythe is evolved over three panels into firstly a lightning strike as a blade to a single S from the nazi SS logo in the third panel. Drawing by Gary Hincks. The forth panel has a long text written by a 17th century Monk Abraham a Sancta Clara who compares death as a reaper, a gardener, a player and thunderbolt which not only strikes down the poor but also the powerful. The alteration in the design of the blade not only reminds one of the origin of the SS symbol and the German fascist interest in Nordic origins but also the aggression and death that they brought to the world. VG+.

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Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1991
10.6 x 16cm, 48pp plus card covers with printed dust jacket. Artist's book with four folded over pages that have one text on the outside that reveals the second text when opened.

Neoclassical Thaumaturgy
opens to
The gods fly faster than sound.

A monostich is a one line poem. VG+.

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Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, 1991
20.5 x 16 x 2.6cm, two part printed cardboard box content of a 17.7 x 12.5cm, 14pp (recto only) leporello booklet which has 14 images of the artist's cut out and cheaply made figures. One of only 500 copies released. Similar to the artist's grotesques where assemblage sculptures were made from household objects, these figures are mostly dancing skeletons in white against a flat black background.
There is a colophon card in black on brown also inserted into the box. VG+. Scarce.

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